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Michael Sullivan joined the Loyola lacrosse coaching staff as a volunteer assistant during the off-season. A 2002 graduate of Loyola College, Sullivan was a two-time All-America for the Greyhounds, playing both midfield and attack. He also captained Loyola during both the 2001 and 2002 seasons and tied Stephen Brundage for the team lead in goals with 26 his senior year.
During his four-year career at Evergreen, Sullivan accumulated 73 goals and 40 assists for 113 career points. After scoring one goal in a reserve role his freshman season, the Abington, Pa. native scored 21 goals as a sophomore and entered the 2001 season as an All-America candidate and team captain. He earned honorable mention honors in the midfield and moved to attack for his senior campaign.
At attack, Sullivan led Loyola to a 9-4 record and a No. 11 national ranking to close the year. He once again earned All-America honors and finished his collegiate career with a 42-12 record at Loyola, advancing to the NCAA Tournament three times. He brings his postseason experience to a very young Greyhound squad and will work with the offense and Loyola's young attackmen this season.
Sullivan graduated with a degree in finance and currently works for Ferris Baker Watts in downtown Baltimore.